On 21st November, a meeting with the President of Finland, Sauli Niinistö took place in the Column Hall of the UW Faculty of History on the Main Campus at Krakowskie Przedmieście.
Sauli Niinistö is a law graduate of the University of Turku. He was first elected to the Finnish Parliament in 1987. From 1995 to 1996, he served as Minister of Justice and then (1996-2003) as Minister of Finance. He later became vice-president of the European Investment Bank in Luxembourg. In 2007, Niinistö chaired the Finnish Parliament and in March 2012, he became President of the Republic of Finland. After six years in office, he was elected for a second term.
A meeting with Sauli Niinistö was held on 21st November at 9.00 am in the Column Hall of the UW Faculty of History on the Main Campus at Krakowskie Przedmieście 26/28. The event was addressing, among other issues, the question of security in Europe and neighbouring regions.
The meeting was held in English.
(Update 17th November)
The limit of places for the meeting with Sauli Niinistö, the President of Finland, has been exhausted. Therefore, applications are no longer being considered. Any application accepted so far will be confirmed via e-mail.
Earlier arrival is highly recommended, preferably at 8.00 am.
Attendees are obliged to have their ID cards.
Journalists interested in taking part in the event are asked to confirm their attendance by 20th November, 12 pm, by sending an e-mail to: media(at)uw.edu.pl.
Due to the high interest in the event, its location has been changed. The meeting with the President of Finland will be held in the Column Hall of the UW Faculty of History on the Main Campus at Krakowskie Przedmieście 26/28.